Christina Vert, M.S. is a Health Program Specialist for the Office of Translational Research at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). Ms. Vert currently assists with the coordination of the Cooperative Agreement Programs for Translational Research. In 2012 Ms. Vert received a Certificate of Business in Medicine from Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. Ms. Vert earned her Master of Biomedical Science from Hood College in Frederick, MD and received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture, Doylestown, PA. Ms. Vert joined the NIH in 1995 as a Biologist in the Clinical Neuroscience Branch in intramural NIMH. She studied Gauchers disease while also working in the NIMH Transgenic Core Facility creating transgenic and knockout mice for intramural investigators. In 2002 she joined the NINDS Channels, Synapses, and Circuits Cluster as a Program Analyst where her main disease focus was epilepsy. In 2006 she began assisting with the NINDS SBIR/STTR grant program. In 2010 she joined the Office of Translational Research at NINDS because of her interest in helping investigators translate their discoveries to the public.
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